Public gardens are in a unique position to form a sentinel network to aid in detecting potential invasive species. This study informs how public gardens can collectively contribute data for potential new invaders.
Archive for tag: management
NYISRI interviews Dr. Stacy Endriss, an evolutionary ecologist who explores creative approaches for improving how we assess the impacts of invasions and their management.
How accessible is invasive species literature? A detailed analysis of the leading journal, Biological Invasions, points to a decline in readability for key stakeholders over two decades.
NYISRI interviews Dr. Kathryn Amatangelo, Associate Professor at SUNY Brockport who studies the genetics and control of European dewberry, mile-a-minute, and Japanese knotweed
Interested in learning about harmful algal blooms (HABs) and their intersection with invasive species issues? Join us with the NYS...
With Spring setting in, plants are not the only thing emerging from the forest floor. Many frog and salamander species are on the move, but how might invasive plant management impact these ecologically important taxa?
NYISRI interviews Dr. David Wong, who seeks better solutions to managing aquatic invasive species, exploring novel tools like detection dogs.
Pour a cup of coffee or tea and join the Northeast Regional Invasive Species and Climate Change (NE RISCC) Management Network for an hour coffee talk to discuss a resistance-resilience-transformation approach to addressing effects of climate change on invasive species.
Dr. Mark Whitmore is a well-versed forest entomologist and Director of the New York State Hemlock Initiative. Read more about his research program.